Now what is the big hype about the Ouija Board? From back in the day to current times, kids are still getting involved with the infamous talking board game of today. The anticipation is in receiving "answers" from the beyond which is what enthralls many of those who play with the Ouija Board as an entertaining pastime. The trick of the game is that the wood piece moves on its own supposedly and either spells out your answer or points specifically to "YES" or "NO". The Ouija Board is said to be a game manipulated by spirits, and the questions asked are responded by spirits from another realm. Many have taken a chance with operating the board game and others have steered away, heeding the device's witchcraft capabilities. It's funny how such a precarious novelty item is sold in millions across the country, displayed on shelves of children stores. The company, Parker Brothers, are currently the trademark and patent owners of the game. Apparently, the game's "safe" enough to be sold to naive children and distributed under ten different names, all the meanwhile. I, for one, stay away from that supernatural stuff and avoid it for the better of my well-being. The whole idea of messing with spirits by just pestering them with childish questions like "Who will I marry?" and such, is unnecessary and dangerous. How do we even know that the spirits who we're conversing with in the game aren't malicious and mean us harm? We don't. The word on the street from psychics and supernatural experts is that when you conjure up a spirit through the Ouija Board, you're inviting them into our realm and risking the hazardous possibility of becoming possessed under their will. Now, I hope everyone's not thinking that I'm a psychic know-it-all, but obvious solution here is to NOT mess from the Ouija Board. Because the real question here is this: Is the Ouija Board an innocent game of asking answers or an ominous creation to play at your own risk?